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‘Death Becomes Her’ Is More Insanely Funny Than Ever. Here’s How To Win A Copy.

by Jeremy Kinser April 19, 2016

unnamed-1It was one of the great catfights in cinema history with Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn, Oscar-winning actresses of a certain age, locked in a duel to the death…well, not quite since [possible spoiler] they’re both already dead. The pitch black 1992 comedy Death Becomes Her from inventive director Robert Zemeckis has developed a rabid following over the years thanks to its groundbreaking visual effects, a plot that touches on eternal themes such as greed, vanity, sex, immortality, life and death, and the icing-on-the-cake: its deliriously entertaining dialogue (“Now a warning??”). Now you can see it as never before — on crystal clear Blu-ray.
The Death Becomes Her Collector’s Edition Blu-ray will be available April 26 from Scream Factory™! To qualify for a chance to win a copy, simply share your favorite quote from the film in the comments section. We’ll select two winners at random who will be notified by email. The contest ends April 25. Watch the 1992 trailer below.

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